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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

ALD EI Paso Texas Wednesday Evening May 4 1910 --- 16 Pages All the Xews Herald Prints If First Wklle It's Fresh. School Board Declines to Print Names of Candidates in Alphabetical Order. Speaks on Conservation at St. Louis and Goes to Non- Union Ball Park. Priends Will Give Up Pieces of Scalp and Hair to Keep Her From Being Bald. i ! Received at Station by King and Queen of Norway To Speak on Peace. GIVEN PRESENTS BY THE DANES A PAIR OF SHOES FOE EACH YOLTJITTEER THE RING- TICKET WANTS IT OTHERWISE St. Louis Mo. May 4. Forty girls with dark brown hair ci save the life of lOyearold Elizabeth Locke and can keep her from the humiliation of having- to go through life wearing a -wig. Elizabeth Locke lost her hair and her scalp in an accident at the Johansen Bros. shoe factory 3540 Laclede avenue. "I don't like to ask any particular onej to do this for me" she said to a Post-Dispatch reporter "but it would make me very happy if my friends would volunteer. "The hair I had is not a hard co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

I if38?' k tH$. 55 ' V"T r Jfe? -w m Sf s -i2s Our Summer Sale of Ready-to- Wear Surpasses in Interest Any Similar Sale El Paso women -who demand tne best in stylish apparel naturally come to us the garment specialists of El Paso. This is the initial week of our Summer Sale of Seady-to-Wear and we are offering the strongest inducements en the most varied andliandsomest assortments of garments to be seen in El Paso. As ex- amples we mention the three following items: n mo illlCAi--I fill I sy M? 'Ill JST15r S mil H I flLlr - ELf 7HV1 Worth to $32. SO "We har too many silk dresses so we are offering this week dresses worth to $32.50 at choice for $39.50. Thjpse are the very highest type silk dresses or taffeta foulard pongee and novelty figured silks. Some are simple tailored effects others are trimmed in fine lace and exquisite hand embroidery. Dresses that should sell up to $32.50; priced this week. . . 1 Extra SpeciaI--$5 Dresses $2.95 Women's Dresses some made of gheer materials a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday Mav 4 1910c s I ' 25c .25 15c 15c 15c 25c c c c 25c c 4 lbs. best bulk Starch for . Good old Potatoes 15 lbs. for Large Dry Onions G lbs. for Bermuda Onion per ib . 3 lbs. best bead Rice for Large pkg. Gold Dust for 3 pkgs. Dutch Cleaner' for '. G bars Crj'stal White Soap for 8 bars D. C. Soap for 4 bars Fells Xaphtha Soap for 4 large rolls Toilet Paper for Fancy large fat Mackerel each Regular 40c brass Wash Board only 5 gal. best Gasoline only 25c 25c 5c Eyster s C. O. D. Grocery Beli Phones 823 844. Auto Phone 1691 Leader in Lower Prices. Why ISTot buy your groceries where you can get the best and most for the least money? Give us one trial and you will be another' customer for the only 0. 0. D. store in El Paso. Strictly fresh creamery butter 3 lbs. for $1.00 Strictly fresh Kansas eggs per dozen . . . . .25 g Lest quality full cream cheese per lb 20 STRAWBERRIES for preserving; now is the time for the best berries; large shipments every day this week 3 b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD The Herald's Sporting News "Wednesday 3Jav 4 1910. iDaaiaaBaacaiaHHBaBii Paulhan Encountered Rain- storm While In Midair The Art of F Z i&5f 4 W-i Taj & K SrS-.t --y yv SSTi Keepin S &A? !-T5 Z-Tyrtt The Herald's Sporting News .wj-i.- - !-. . - . s v MiiBiaiL t -iHr' va n- -v " . I t.Xfs r"i . 5 J."'.4hrfBUtiSSSBJL A SSk. sT2$ yy &5 - .Mwn2 & 'ijtH i- " y 'mtrTffi)tmmmimmaumi m hi i ii i imi h i mh n-g.rp--iJ Chronictes of the Grouch Family 2. This is the youth who one fateful day Told the maid his love but she said him nay. Don't worry! Everybody's happy in the last chapter (S) KONS. -PAVLr-HAH C. GJeAHMEJWHJTE .Intrepid Frenchman Tells of His Plight from London to Manchester. London Eng. May i. Louis Paulhan the Frenchman who won the prize of $50000 for making the 'flight from London to Manchester has written his account of his experience and says he ! mind and I decided to risk the telegraph Prom f m F By Jzz Cactus League Hope HiL Bisbee Ariz. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

The Herald's Sporting News Wednesday j PASO HERALD 4 19ia The Herald's Sporting News g - tool biioes for Hot Weather Come to us for a pair of Regal 1ow-cuts and high temperatures will not bung you any foot-troubles or discomfort. We can give you the latest exclusive cus- tom styles for the season in our smart new models of REGAL V17A Ik & XV I They arc made ca rpedd Oxford lasts rnjunna sntsoth. snug t at the heel and area d thq anile. Rejal quarter-sizes afford jou ciade-to-saeasure fit. The hzl-t poroLS RejJ leathers keep your feet ceo! and cora- ?ortab!e. $350 $400 500 Lerner Shoe Company 21 EI Paso St I n J II0lti T ll " 80 " DTbC a TT iJU?o ir- eHf " 50$- 4(hjr 5 .. League Baseball Tuesday's Results XATIOXAL LEAGUE. At Pittsburg Chlcago-Plttsburg game postponed; rain. At Boston Philadelphia-Boston wet grounds. game postponed; i"o game between Cincinnati and St Louis clubs. At Brooklyn R. H. 32. New York 3 7 1 Brooklyn 4 10 2 Batteries New York Wlltse and Meyers; Brooklyn Ru...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EDITORIAL AND Wednesday May 4 1910. SSfjJ 0 EL PASO HERALD Established April. 1881. The El Paso Herald includes also by absorption and succession. The Dally News The Telegraph The Telegram The Tribune The Graphic The Sur.. The Advertiser. The Independent . The' Journal The Republican. The Bulletin. MEJIBEU ASSOCIATED PRESS ASB A3IEU. JfEWSP. PUBLISHERS' ASSOC. Entered at the El Paso Postoffice for Transmission at Second Class Rates. Dedicated to the service of the people that no good cause shall lack a cham- pion and that evil shall not thrive unopposed. Bell. Auto. f Business Office Atn 2020 J Editorial Rooms . r"-X "1 Soc'ety Reporter -1"" V. Advertising department HERALD TELEPHONES. I TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. $ Daily Herald per month. 60. per year ?7. f eWy HeW. per Wr. ?-. The Dally Herald is delivered by carriers In El Paso. East 1 Paso iort Bliss and Towne. Texas and Cnidad Juarez Mexico at 60 cents a mono. A subscriber desiring the address on his paper changed wll please state ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

ASO HERALD TTednesday May 4 1910. TaW i -SS- 'AEPI&E TOtHAVE A POLICE CGUBT I II J"TCT?vg?MW '! 4r v r " rfrSSh Mds Heaailal Qualifies M0 I the Food I t Economizes Hoit 1 HEpPf Batter and Eggs I wHIri ma&efrom Royal Grape Cream 11 J of Tartar jl jjf fo Alum No UntQ Phosphates IB S r j WRECK DELAYS ALL home of Mrs. Mary Smith his host's sister. Aliss Xorsi TCernev- omnA into TRAIN'S 21 HOURS I the room- The minute Frank saw her his face lighted -with joy. He immedi ately proposed anj was accepted. Miss Kerney tried on the clothes and they were all a perfect fit. They -were raar- jTied yesterday. Occurring in a Cut a Track Gould! Not Be Built aiuimu J.U. PasturaN. M. May 4. Brakeman Tne Springer store is making some Tom GustiFand Fireman Z. Evans who ! mishtyAnott?Ts thls ek in anile-w.m- injured ji-.-aay jumping from i fJ'lJ' the colliding freights me bith im- proving and Dr. Rudolph 'docs' not con SOL03IO:VVTIiL.E PEOPLE GO CA3IPIXG; HAY BALER PURCHASED. Solomonville Ariz. M...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

SWJ&ZSEr?M. &&&3&&S&. EL PASO H -a.- J r -tr i.-ix .-r .J- t. .Mcf a -iWJAiirx. lfc2ii' cjfvsis 8 "Wednesday May 4 1910. iyy.k . 4m sSr a! nil "" School Shoes We have the best School Shoe proposition for Boys and Girls that was ever offered. "We have experimented a long time but now we hare positively the best School Shoe ever sold at a moderate price. The soles are tough and made of natural oak with a splendid box calf upper. Youth's School Shoes :?s z H T .r T5he Internal (By Arthur Davison FIcke.) Boys' School Shoes djo f( No. 1 to 5 1-2 P&eUV The "Rob Roy" brand high grade School Shoesfor youths sizes 9 to 13 1-2 at The same for boys sizes 1 to 5 1-2 Girls' School Shores or Oxfords range in price according to size and quality from $1.00 to... $2.50 Separate Department for the Little Folks mmmm Www B? I 1 - S) GREATER EL PASO'S (jff6'tSGRATST sttQE STORE I juaariUir 1 I SHOE- gOMPANVF ftm mi MBMMag awin h -miiiii i mi limn i i in w mssra-in. l u. ....

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD "Wednesday May 4 1910. ews- evities Train Bulletin. All aftemcon trains are reported on time. Dr. Cameron tot reliable dentistry. Home Made Cakes 75 Cent. There are no better cakes than those fresh baked home made cakes we have every morning; only 75 cents for a whole one. Jackson' Sanitary Grocery' Phone 353. We Announce y 7th Our Dr. Cameron dentist over Guaranteu shoe store. Auto phone 1744. Grebe cleans clothes 418 N. Oregon. Dr. Gallagher Trust Bldg. hours 9 to 11 a- m. 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. H I ft a 1 w IT Sale I AND "WOK RAY" JJW THENl Ff T MONEir IN THE BANK 5 I " vifen K ay I i:e be a are unt I lit- wth id in I in- B Paso. M 'i u YOU MIGHT NEED ITWfl 0?JV1E UJKXm 4 On Your Mon This is nay day for hundreds. "Won't the spare dollar in the envelope after necessities provided? Take that dollar and start a savings aeeo for your boy. Teach him to add to it and add a tie yourself. Our 4 percent interest will help its gl- and when college time arrives you'll find a ft o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 10 Wednesday May 4 1910. W0- -rVf: Your Rent ; gyp f J Just to 1 i i S iagijIKafcji A iM I x-fr - jfTTYTTTi w bLUb ljaac -1- seii XJie nQes1' cioxmng m iunenca. h ill illff VXCI O JJi jJfS lasf'nishfthrSl M Tliere are no better clothes than the kind I sell H& P88f BM "Ls5& ""l 1 Eg! Both are believed to have been -a" H J H M HSfeafe:- kv'ra I a?i'TlltlO Ie(fVfT!P 111 IS incendiary. The residence of A. 9 lil S&I VllCXI JLi& & iUlllC 111 j. Rowley on the north side and H T'3- J J I II $tJ?lll 14. Dalhart National bank on -the M J il6V CLT& lit d ClCLSS W III 'M9m . IS' 4- south side burned. The loss is 4- M V ""' " - S Hi SW'? IFFfMllMTr8 I lit I j? partial on both .vilh no insur- f - y S ill i&l1H3:M H lllli $ PU f l Rl I . O l 3 I ance on the residence and ?o00 f H -. &h&TP3rt G& il3G M flf S2 !fe$l?feSS 111 I 11 jli iWl 11 1 OILJL 111' n the ban' bUildiaved HreS M S "SCIVBS M n' M m i - ! mmtmm m i n iiwi imiu i i oome merchant...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

FX PASO HTRRAlVn Wednesday May 4 1910. HnlfilEBi ll III I 3 f CaW 2 I PS 9 I e I I S I m I U 1 H I i IH rS . i " J y i . . i rf H Will Attend Convention of Texas Bankers in SI Paso. Many Tezans Are Also Coming to Convention. The state convention of Texas bank- ers In El Paso next week will attract a large number of prominent financiers from out of the state as -well as all the principal money handlers in Texas. Among the bankers from other states who "will bo hero are: G. B. Gray vice president Xational Bank of the Republic Kansas City Mo. M. Jones National Park bank New York. Thomas J. Lewis National Reserve bank. New York. N. E. Plumer Southern Arizona Bank and Trust company rTucson Ariz. TL. M. Cook vice president Interstate National bank Kansas City Mo. W. K. CI ever ey assistant cashier Seaboard National bank. New York. J. G. Spangler cashier Mesa City bank. Mesa Ariz. H. P. Sanders American National bank Roswell Ariz. H. S. Ilolloway cashier Duran Trust ard Savings bank Duran ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD 12 Wednesday May 4 1910. FOR SALE KEAL ESTATE. BUY NOW 0LBY5 DOU rf ' i r " HE WE.LU-IF- IT 15KT MY COUSIN-BILLY ETVEIREITT! IGOT YOUR 1 LETTER YE5TER DAY- HIS ROOM 15THE SECOND DOOR TO THE RlGHTOy THE Y HALLfAm O-NTY POOR EYE " MV i f-'UV-JrS tfl-i 1 -"'- i f TBki i i rrrr7 a -i - . I l"""-- V I 9R I ."i iu e ii ?.: tt i B3w. JF35P1 dBBc .jBvflLl HI1111F flltihM m Yl ilililr Ulf ! J J1 s'f Yl . F - X -S&v;l-. Kl - ------- L .-Mfem -wnfse OT.3 -w2Lflfe i r cary- i COPYRIGHT 1910. BY.THE Chings Lost and Found; Personals and Public Notices LOST FQTJND. LOST Bell pm made from Mexican coins with eagle in center. Reward if returned to 1400 San Antonio. LOST Keepsake of the dead lady's gold -watch. Inscription Inside case "R- B. Roberts to Molly My Wife. March 29-G6." Reward if left at Herald office. LOST Diamond ring- I'inder will re- ceive liberal reward by returning to room 24 'Lake House. HELP WANTED STALE. TELEGRAPHY IS tttJICKLI learned; great demand for operators...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PASO HERALD Wednesday May 4 1910. 13 FOR SALE REAL ESTATE. S ROOM HOUSE WALKING DIS- TANCE. The greatest bargain of the year is this 8 room modern home at the price of 5 room cottages miles farther out. Has full daylight basement under en- tile house with stairs Inside leading to kitchen. First rioor has a den. parlor (Hnu .. L-Unhan nantry. Kltcneu ...... ..e UUm ""'". - --; 1 pauuj. ""-"-;; closet retention hall screened in Kit"!" rmrrl anl cnnpiniic front POrCh. Up- . ... r' . .. -nnm sta.rs has 4 bedrooms wo- vard all large closets and hall fenced has woodshed and slde.waJIcv rM T3.ii- . ot-ctti colored one- irirM n ncnTC unn nnii. jm. m Built of cream colored t-" Mo oil with roof projecting out . 1 i ia iritAL -walk to tnei "uuuu- VUi.v A .. ...j.:- minutes- w . one postoffice. Streets paved t -- ahout block. House will be finisntu . - h t ;"'"'. -"""e "" C.l" hifore tnat weeKs and must oe ju "'... date. Price only-$1800; terms easy splendid place for the monej. H. I. Howell...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

EL PAS HEUALB 'TTednesdav 'Mar 4. 1910. 7 P J.J. kl l was made ffom one tract of lan(i at Tyatl' Texas last year' Produced 12 tons to the acre. LllttlUgS 01 All ml SI The present crop on the sams tract this year stands 32 inches high and not yet in bloom. I rwAWMsrpnwmrTWTnvATTTP purposes farmers in the Toyali Hb9PBHH iT Lc I sample of vegetables from a garden at toyah GRAPES GKOWIlllx lit IUiAL lit- A M&MuSZKWEuaF;-i aiHc ;Z?fe.ci-ay fSL3.lr.g- "'ayHIBlga fhPsP af nw 1YP1PPS P21SV u.iu..i. .w." "-.n.mrn Trn-T-rT A-onvcoTA-ivr -to-a n-o-r. J I rigated with artesian wa- country can count to a certain- . H&PHH 1 P irrigated with artesia water. J I 1 1 Own i a Developed Tract of Toyal -We Have Tnese Tracts For Sale from 5 acres up Artesian Water 1 The lands we offer are in the great artesian belt. They are rich irrigable valley lands in and around the town of Toyali. Toyalritself is a thriving city of over a tWisand inhabitants. It 'has been proven beyond the shadow of a doubt ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

0 HERALD Wednesday May 4 1910. 15 A a hiu...xi. m i ' UMtTn-r y r Trip Now if or ma rrange -. EL 'f W m rf m I Ca Your Sutnme o The Land Where the Cool Breezes 'Blew Take a Idlest From This High Dry Cliniate It Will Do You a "World of Good ALL ABOARD FOR THE FOLLOWING HOTELS SUMMER RESORTS ETC. Y OH CAN WEAR KNOCK-A-BOUT CLOTHES OR A DRESS SUIT FISH. HUNT SAIL OR CAMP PLAY TENNIS GOLF BOWL DANCE OR LOSE YOURSELF AMONG SHADY NOOKS AND QUIET RETREATS. ILLUSTRATED LITERA- TURE MAPS AND INFORMATION ON THE FOLLOWING ADVERTISED RES ORTS AND HOTELS WILL BE FURNISHED PROMPTLY AT HE HERALD OFFICE. lHfc' ST'AIJl if s Requests the people of tfois community to send j. " fevl-vKLLallrY Ml IM. t t -i5 an( ofher reading matter. Full of new at-trac-wlSISyy .r CifiJaMM i- jJA fUS vyffwfe3i J life HannQfiirap "S ioKs ani 1 alut THE famous hotel vnt- icSsfe I fev-? A Vi lUiUUU.g jST5V GIXIA OF THE QUEEN OF BEACHES LONG Mm! ff$F? .ii. ''b I I it YE A 1 PIMU Sssrl BEAar- califprxia. g w e pi? r I A I w ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 4 May 1910

Wi&S 16 "Wednesday May 4 1910. 3 m j i ues jou Aaye arcvozmce of economy or a grain of thrift in your make-up; if you've a liking for fresh crisp seasonable merchandise and necessity demands that you make each dollar count; our 29th Anniversary Sale will appeal to you. This sale is but three days old. But already we have found it necessary to replenish many of the lots. And there is not a section of the whole store that has not been crowded with eager buyers every one of these three days. You will find below many extra specials for tomorrow only; any of them is well worth a visit here tomorrow. EE PASO HERALD w29tkW 4 Si Oil iilliiiH illll V CI odl w -.a . Anniversary Sale Linen Section Double Satin Damask Trill give good -wear and retains its fine finish after laundering. About 25 patterns to choose from several have napkins to match. Our regular $1.25 damask; Anniversary Sale price per yard 95c Bleached silver bleached and unbleached heavy "woven Damask in stripe flower and do...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 May 1910

HERALD EI Paso Texas Thursday Evening May 5 1910 --- 12 Pages All the News Herald Prints It First While It's Fresh. efence Opens In the Hyde Cas jjR I dpi n n n m ISff I I i 1 1 nl I I Test Proves That the Oil Ooming From Well Is Kot j From the Machinery. TROXEL HAS FAITH IN THE OIL FIELD Explains That Cinders Were Possibly Pumped Into the Well in Removing Sand. J. R. Hunter oie of the proprietors of the oil well at Camp City who ar- rived In. the city this morning- states that while the pipe was at the 1000 foot point work was stopped for the night and Mr. Whirmorfe who was acting as night watchman noted a strange gurg- ling and popping- noise as of miniature explosions coming- from trie pipe and a strong odor of gas was noted. He went over to the tent and aroused Capt. Mayo to call Ms attention to it. They could hear the strange noise over 100 feet away from the well and sat up all night and during the whole time the strange noise continued. In the morning when the pumping was res...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 May 1910

r "1 x I A FEELING OF SECURITY. Tou naturally feel secure -schen you know that the medicine you axe about co take is absolutely pure and contains no harmful or habit producing drugs. Such a medicine is Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the great Kidney Liver and Bladder Remedy. The same standard of purity strength and excellence is maintained in every bottle of Swamp-Root. Svrarop-Root is scientifically com- pounded from vegetable herbs. v It is not a stimulant and is taken in teaspoonful doses. It is not recommended for everything. It Is nature's great helper in reliev- ing and overcoming kidney liver and bladder troubles. A sworn statement of purity is with every bottle of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp- Hoot. If you need a medicine you should have the best. If you are already convinced that Swamp-Root Is what you need you 'will find it on sale at alt drug stores in bot- tles of two sizes fifty-cents and one- dollar. . Sample Bottle of Swamp-Root Free by ZHall. Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co. Bingham- ton...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 May 1910

News Of the GreM Wthwesl L News Of the Great Southwest 3 TlmrsdaY Alav 5 1910 COUET CONVENES AT CAEEIZOZO PASO HERALD 8 d 0'C'blni: Satisfaction ere It is no secret when one comes here for his meats that he always comes thereafter. It's just the fact that we give the freshest choic est and finest meats for the least possible money. A child will get as good meat as the most particular person. The same courteous treatment to all. SPECIALS FOB SATURDAY Prime rib roast per lb 15c Teal shoulder roast per -lb 15c Veal stew per lb 12 l-2c Home rendered lard bulk or in pail per lb 17 l-2c Home made sausage. Fraiikfurters and weiner sausage. Kraut and pickles. Home dressed poultry. Opitz Market 213 N. Stanton St. Bell Phone 136. WE DRESS OUR OWN POULTRY. Dramatic Club Gives Play. Teachers Leave for Va- cations Notes. Carrizozo X. M. Slay 5. Judge Pope arrived from Roswell and has convened court. The grand and petit juries "were organized and TV. J. Tipton of Corona was made foreman of the gr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — El Paso Herald — 5 May 1910

I Thursday Mav 5 1910. EL PASO HERALD . 1 P3v -v I 1 1 ill! tint 'chilli ShTti i m Hill ili! SP.SM 'H. -.'" 4.-"' v P I " THFl 4 T I" i ISm if fJHBHN fiHJi 'Hit " - . ......... .j tv f reaaEiu iW4 iSAiif J5.2l .& Just among ourselves there is only one place in El Paso to buy Shoes where you get the QUALITY and DISTINCT- IVENESS of. style which a well dressed woman demands and that is The Quality Shoe House" Mayor Callaghan Is Against It and Refuses to Extend Common Courtesies to Visiting Mayors Called There to Speak in Behalf of the Com- mission Movement. ment has don for their respective citites. The largre hall tvos crowded to the doors and the best of order pre- vailed. It had been predicted that the Callaghanites would be at the meeting : to "take charge of it." but if they were in the cro-wd they kpt their identity i well concealed. It is evident that may or Callaghan is using his head in this San Antonio Tex. May 5. There Is enough enthusiasm here to bring com- mission gov...

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